A Comprehensive Linux Back-End Infrastructure
See real examples of school districts using a cost-effective approach to a global open source back-end infrastructure
This session describes Revolution Linux's cost-effective approach of using open source software to build large scale back-end infrastructure for various school districts in North America. The main goal of these projects is to centralize various information services (such as file servers, printing services, email and collaboration tools, web and authentication) in order to better manage resources and to transfer expertise locally. Using open source software enables the school board to offer more efficient services, such as automated schoolwork management and the automated generation of school website CMS.